New marketing Communications landscape
China currently has the largest media landscape in the world with regard to the number of radio, TV and newspaper users. Besides the traditional media channels, new media users, i.e., internet and mobile phone consumers are constantly increasing. Despite this high growth, it is equally important to take a closer look at consumer loyalty. What does it take for a Chinese media outlet to establish long-lasting customer relationships and survive in the long-term?
One of my favorite lectures so far is Media in China: Four Dimensions in Different periods by Xu Peixi, an Associate Professor at the Communication University China.
- Anti-Colonialism (1840-1949)
- Party Control (1949-1978)
- Market Mechanism (1978-2003)
- Internet Grassroots Movement (now)
Remarkably, all four dimensions are still able to coexist today. This phenomenon highlights China as a country full of contradictions struggling to achieve a balance between past and present.
Initially, China’s media has been influenced by the thought of the “re-rise” of China post-colonialism. One important step toward this revival was the return of the British colony Hong Kong to China. Moreover, during the Cultural Revolution in China (1966-1976), specific media content was forbidden, particularly media that would hurt the image of workers, and positive communication about China’s enemies. Throughout this second time period, politics highly influenced media. From 1978 to 2003 the development of the Chinese economy was most important. This shift in focus can be illustrated by the change in media coverage; economic news got the most media exposure, i.e., the $18 billion deal between Geely and Volvo was a top news story.
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